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United We Stand!!! Will President Obama Truly Bring the Nation Together? Part 1

pinenee Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:00 PM
American conservatives are ignorant. As an American citizen of African descent historically, we have had the same 4 demands 393 years, it ain't changed. What we spoke to General Washington, we spoke to President Lincoln, and we spoke to President Roosevelt. Since 1980, the American conservatives have changed their vision and philosophy at least 300 times. In Election 2000 conservative would make the American dominate on Earth. Election 2012, Mr. Romney was going to make every "white man" rich. Whose back and neck was he going to step on to achieve that? Republican Party do something for the "white people". If the Republican Party can't represent white people then it is useless and meaningless
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 6:09 AM
Your post ends in a mumble but if you are saying Romney's vision required others to be stepped on so whites could prosper? If so I would point out that as JFK said a "rising tide lifts all boats" so there is no need to step on any one for people to prosper. People just need jobs and freedoms to have opportunities to prosper but unfortunately Obama's strategy restricts our freedoms. This is because he believes someone suffers so someone else can prosper which is wrong.

This election cycle has been one of the most interesting in modern history. Most observers agree that the nation was split down the middle on their opinions of the character and vision of the candidates. Without assigning blame, I would like to ask the question: How is it that a campaign of Hope and Change has resulted in such division?

The answer is as simple as the question is puzzling. Our primary division stems from two things: justice concerns among minorities (Blacks, Hispanic, and Asian) and a very liberal agenda concerning personal liberty, energy strategy, and foreign policy. These are questions,...